FREE RADICALS IN BIO- AND NANO-TECHNOLOGY – Infrastructure

  • Agilent 7890B,Gas Chromatography system equipped with a flame ionization detector (FID).
  • Waters Alliance, High Performance Liquid Chromatography system, Waters e2695 Separations Module including a Waters 2998 Photodiode Array detector and fraction collector
  • Three upgraded Luminometers,Bio-Orbit 1250
  • Gamma-Chamber radiation source containing 46 radioactive cobalt-60 bars (radiation rate at 1990: 45 Gy/min)
  • UV-Visible Spectrophotometer, JASCO, Model V- 560
  • UV-Desk lamp equipped with two UV-lamps (254 and 366 nm),DESAGA-MinUVIS
  • Two Fluorometers,JASCO,FP-777 and Fluostar Optima (bmgLabtechnologies GmbH)
  • ThreeRotevaporatorsequipped with waterbaths; two Buchi V-100 and V110 and one IKA-Werke, RV 05-ST
  • Two Heating Baths Circulators, Julabo FP-40 and Ultra temp,Haake K
  • Lyophilizer(Christ, Alpha 2-4) equipped with a Leyboldoil vacuum pump, Trivac E
  • Instrument for Ultrapure water,Milli-Q system (Merck-Millipore, Bedford, USA (Type 1)
  • Centrifuge, 3520 KUBOTA Corporation
  • Coulometer, Metrohm 652 KF
  • Two Oven for drying of glassware, Belling and ΕΛΒΕΜ
  • Balances with four and five decimals, Chyo JL-180 and SartoriusMC1, RC 210P
  • Two oil vacuum pumps, Rotary Vane pump LeyboldSV65, and Alcatel, serie Pascal
  • Various magnetic stirrers/hotplates (variomagmonotherm, Gallenkamp, Cat), Ultrasonic cleaners (Branson 200)and vortexes(Vortex-genie 2)